Dr. Anton Hohenwarter

Function: Group Leader
Room: 312
Phone: +43 (0) 3842-804-312
E-Mail: anton.hohenwarter(at)unileoben.ac.at

Research

Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation and Deformation, Fatigue and Fracture

Methods

Mechanical properties of severely plastically deformed metals, High Pressure Torsion, SEM, EBSD

Teaching

Mechanics in Small Dimensions (Mechanik in kleinen Dimensionen), Übungen zu Materialkundliche Arbeitsverfahren

Projects

Deformation- and fracture behavior of advanced materialsBulk-nanocomposite synthesis through severe plastic deformationEffect of grain architecture on the ductility in ultrafine grained and nanocrystalline SPD materials

Publications

  • Nanoindentation testing as a powerful screening tool for assessing phase stability of nanocrystalline high-entropy alloys
    V. Maier-Kiener, B. Schuh, E.P. George, H. Clemens, A. Hohenwarter
    MATERIALS & DESIGN115, 479-485 (2017)
  • High pressure torsion
    H.A. Pippan R.
    In: Rosochowski A., ed. Severe Plastic Deformation Technology, Whittles Publishing (2017, Chapter 4)
  • Influence of testing orientation on mechanical properties of Ti45Nb deformed by high pressure torsion
    B. Voelker, N. Jaeger, M. Calin, M. Zehetbauer, J. Eckert, A. Hohenwarter
    MATERIALS & DESIGN114, 40-46 (2017)
  • Intrinsic behaviour of mode II and mode III long fatigue cracks in zirconium and the Ti-6Al-4V alloy
    T. Vojtek, J. Pokluda, A. Hohenwarter, R. Pippan
    Solid State Phenomena258, 265-268 (2017)
  • Experimental evidence of a common local mode II growth mechanism of fatigue cracks loaded in modes II, III and II plus III in niobium and titanium
    T. Vojtek, A. Hohenwarter, R. Pippan, J. Pokluda
    Int. J. Fatigue92, 470-477 (2016)
  • Ultra-strong and damage tolerant metallic bulk materials: A lesson from nanostructured pearlitic steel wires
    A. Hohenwarter, B. Voelker, M.W. Kapp, Y. Li, S. Goto, D. Raabe, R. Pippan
    Sci Rep6, ARTN 33228 (2016)
  • Progress in understanding of intrinsic resistance to shear-mode fatigue crack growth in metallic materials
    T. Vojtek, J. Pokluda, A. Hohenwarter, R. Pippan
    Int. J. Fatigue89, 36-42 (2016)
  • Direct measurement of vacancy relaxation by dilatometry
    J.A. Kotzurek, E.M. Steyskal, B. Oberdorfer, A. Hohenwarter, R. Pippan, W. Sprengel, R. Wuerschum
    Appl. Phys. Lett.109, ARTN 021906 (2016)
  • The importance of fracture toughness in ultrafine and nanocrystalline bulk materials
    R. Pippan, A. Hohenwarter
    MATERIALS RESEARCH LETTERS4, 127-136 (2016)
  • Anisotropic deformation characteristics of an ultrafine- and nanolamellar pearlitic steel
    M.W. Kapp, A. Hohenwarter, S. Wurster, B. Yang, R. Pippan
    Acta Mater.106, 239-248 (2016)